Pack­ers fans give stranded cor­ner­back a lift to Green Bay

The Washington Times Daily - - SPORTS -

GREEN BAY, WIS. | Pack­ers cor­ner­back Davon House got a lift to Green Bay from a cou­ple of fans.

House was stranded Mon­day night at the Min­neapo­lis air­port while try­ing to get to Tues­day’s or­ga­nized team ac­tiv­i­ties ses­sion. House tweeted that he needed a ride, and two broth­ers obliged. Mike Johnson of Hud­son, Wis­con­sin, picked up House for the four-hour ride. His brother Chad Johnson, who lives in Eau Claire, Wis­con­sin, rushed off to meet the other two.

The Green Bay Press-Gazette re­ports the broth­ers took House to Green Bay’s air­port to get his car. House of­fered to pay for the ride, but the broth­ers re­fused. House in­sisted they fol­low him to Lam­beau Field, where the broth­ers got to go into the locker room and touched Aaron Rodgers’ shoul­der pads.

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